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How to tackle the UK’s muddled and ineffective policy for growing the innovation economy

The UK needs an Independent Office for Innovation and Industrial Policy similar to the Office for Budget Responsibility, says submission by Cambridge Judge Business School expert at the request of the House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology.…

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Why COP27 was always going to just be a placeholder

It is unrealistic to expect breakthroughs at every climate summit yet they are still important. by Professor David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School Professor David Reiner As COP27 nears its finale on Friday, one key…

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How the past is present in today’s China

China’s economic success is based on the continued influence – not in spite of – the principles and institutions of Mao Zedong, says a new book, Mao and Markets, co-authored by Professor Christopher Marquis of Cambridge Judge Business School.  Professor…

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Mao Zedong statue in Renmin Square.

Spectator Australia: Stand up for Australia

Mauro Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about constitutional monarchy. “Uncontested academia from economist Professor Mauro F. Guillén, ultimately concludes that because constitutional monarchies better protect property rights, optimised constitutional monarchies like our own…

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New York Times: China’s Communist Party Congress – For his 3rd term, Xi Jinping surrounds himself with Loyalists

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the China’s Communist Party Congress. (subs) Read the full article [nytimes.com]…

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Forbes: How failed leaders make successful comebacks: Boris Johnson and the saviour strategy

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about failed leaders making successful comebacks. “The comebacks of failed corporate and political leaders are not that uncommon,” Thomas writes. “In situations of uncertainty, when the boat…

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BBC News Mundo: Why Xi Jinping is not a new Mao Zedong (nor does he seek to be)

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of the forthcoming book "Mao and Markets," is featured in this article about Xi Jinping often being defined as a new Mao Zedong. Christopher agrees that…

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How Xi Jinping imitates Mao, and why it won’t end well

In a series of articles in top-level publications, Professor Christopher Marquis of Cambridge Judge Business School sheds new light on China’s leader as the 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress begins.  In a series of articles written for top-level publications –…

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A souvenir stall at a Beijing night market selling products featuring Xi Jinping and Chairman Mao.

Cambridge Independent: ‘Keeping peace in Europe is gone’ says Ukrainian finance professor at Cambridge University as protesters get raucous

Andrei Kirilenko, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, says the best tactic against Russian aggression is to demand “transparency” in all financial exchanges with Russia: past, present and future. “It’s not the first war, it’s not the last war…

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Poets & Quants: Ukrainian B-school Prof – ‘The world should make sure that Russia fails’

Andrei Kirilenko, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the Russian invasion of Ukraine:  “The facts of this war are simple — it’s about values: freedom versus captivity, democracy versus authoritarianism, truth versus propaganda. The Russians are not…

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